Thank you for your interest in sending your child to Faith International Academy. We are a community of teachers, staff, and students from around the world and it is our desire is to make your transition to FIA from wherever you’re coming as simple as possible. We aim to provide you with the steps and tools you need throughout the process. Although we are an international community English proficiency is required for admission.
The Executive Team consists of the Head of School, Academic Administrator and Business Administrator. The Admissions Committee consists of a Chairperson and a representative from each division, each appointed by the Executive Team.
Applicants from Families serving with Missionary Organizations (Category I)
Faith International Academy gives preferential acceptance to the children of missionary families. This is in keeping with the intention of the original purpose as stated in our Articles of Incorporation. Transfer students are accepted provisionally until satisfactory evidence of honorable dismissal and school records are received from the school previously attended.
Applicants from Families not serving with Missionary Organizations (Categories II and III)
Faith International Academy allows for a limited number of students from non-missionary families to be accepted into our educational programs.Transfer students will be accepted only when satisfactory evidence of honorable dismissal and school records are received from the school previously attended.
Limitations will be imposed for non-mission students based on factors such as:
- Applicants may only be accepted if there is a commitment of parents to support the teaching of the values within the Statement of Faith, policies and procedures of Faith International Academy.
- Applicants may only be accepted if there is sufficient space in the grade level they are applying for. Otherwise, they could be placed on a waiting list.
It is in the best interest of a student to be present starting with the first day of the school year and to complete the school year with his/her class. Students who miss more than 15 days in one semester may be denied credit or considered of retention